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A BIG Announcement

Praise the Lord! We've waited a long time to be able to gather in our Worship Center on Sunday mornings. Beginning June 21, we'll be able to do so each Sunday morning!...

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Merry Christmas, Meadowood!

Christmas is a time to take it all in. Each year, Christmas rolls around, forcing us to pause. We remember, and we look ahead. We think of the Christmases we knew growing up. The laughter and fun. The celebrations big and small we shared with others....

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The Final Days of Jesus: Tuesday

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When Jesus entered Jerusalem on what we now call Palm Sunday, He set himself on a collision course with the religious leaders of the day. Why did they feel threatened and move to eliminate this young teacher from Nazareth?...

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The Final Days of Jesus: Monday

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Monday was the second day of the Jewish week, and the Monday of Jesus' march toward Calvary has some interesting events we still find both fascinating and confusing. Follow along with us on this Holy Week adventure through this next installment of The Final Days of Jesus....

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The Final Days of Jesus: Palm Sunday

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Palm Sunday is an interesting day for the Christ follower. Triumphant in his arrival to Jerusalem, Jesus is actually beginning the final days of His ministry and life. Though we know it's not the true end, perhaps if we could take a closer look back, we might see some cultural, historical and theological points we may have missed....

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What Advent Means to Me

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Advent triggers in my mind words like hope, peace, and love. The first advent signals the coming of Jesus Christ into the world as Savior. He came because of His love for the whole world. His coming makes possible the potential for anyone to experience His hope and peace and love. These qualities will only be realized, however, in the lives of those who receive Him as th...

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